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HOW TO CLAY BAR YOUR RIDE and WHY #5 Winter & Hot Summer Protection Video Series



Why and how you need to clay bar your car or truck, Winter Car and driver Protection Series. We are deep in a series showing you how to protect yourself and your car from the elements.

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24 thoughts on “HOW TO CLAY BAR YOUR RIDE and WHY #5 Winter & Hot Summer Protection Video Series

  1. Great video and looking forward to next weeks information. I bought the Dewalt polisher and 3M pad. Shined up the headlights in just a couple minutes. Works exactly as you said. Thank you.

  2. Perfect timing, did this on family vehicles last week. Clay bar can be done once or twice a year and can mar the paint surface (that is why you emphasized keeping it wet). For other viewers this is called a mechanical decontamination process done by detailers planning to do any paint correction or applying a season protection product (wax, sealant, or coatings).

  3. I love using clay bar. The before and after is amazing. I got to admit I haven't clayed my cars in a while. By the way I feel like I haven't heard anything new in a while Mike. Hope your doing well my friend. Great work!

  4. Well…Yes it is that hot in Arizona. LOL. I live 35 miles west of Phoenix. It's not hell but I can see it from here. Love your channel!

  5. The clay bar was the 1st tool I ever used that blew me away. You don't know what clean is until you've used a clay bar.

  6. My understanding is that the claybar picks up dirt particles from the clear coat surface. Right?
    How do the particles not scratch the clearcoat as you proceed? How do the particles not come back to the new surface as you kneed the claybar?

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